Milky Mambini & Areta Szpura@localxheroes
34 & 23, Creative Director KOKA and Owner Dirty Fingers Style & Co-owner Local Heroes, Warsaw - Poland
Discover the 24-hour vibe of this true city of contrasts! A fascinating mix of classical, soviet and contemporary architecture to explore by day and a pumping mix of pubs, clubs and restaurants that keeps the buzz alive by night. Who better to show it to you than Areta Szpura, co-owner and founder of the famous fashion brand Local Heroes and Milky Mambini, stylist and creative director at Koka Clothing?!
Up early? Ready to kick-start the day? Sam offers a wide variety of breakfast options. The menu changes with the seasons but count on a fresh and fit selection including everything from eggs, oatmeal, yoghurt and cereal to a homemade soup and sandwiches either on baguette or sourdough. Wash it down with a freshly squeezed fruit and/or vegetable juice!
- Monday-Friday 8.00am-10.00pm
- Saturday-Sunday 9.00am-10.00pm
Check out the latest Eastpak collections and a huge range of backpacks, shoulder bags, luggage and accessories at 7 Concept Store. This is where we go to stay on the go!
- Monday-Friday 11.00am-7.00pm
- Saturday 12.00pm-6.00pm
- Sunday 12.00pm-4.00pm
This place is more of an institution than a restaurant! The menu changes every month and every dish is made from top-quality ingredients sourced by the owner personally. If you’re feeling adventurous, try the snail eggs with smoked lemon cream or the sheep testicles in chocolate and pepper sauce or the sweetbreads with salted caramel! Solec 44 is also famous for its well-stocked bar complete with amazing homemade syrups: the basis for some incredible cocktails!
- Monday 4.00pm-...
- Tuesday-Sunday 12.00pm-...
Reset is where we go to reset and recharge. A snapshot of the latest creative design trends and the ideal place for a last-minute gift. You’ll find really unique stuff here ranging from restored vintage furniture, old movie posters, Polish and international interior design and niche projects from up-and-coming young Polish artists.
- Monday-Friday 11.00am-7.00pm
- Saturday 11.00am-5.00pm
Time to relax. Or should we say, ‘‘Relaks’’?! Here they serve you a great cup of coffee with a smile or, if you like, a choice selection of cakes and pastries sourced from friendly local suppliers. Recharge, refuel, relaks!
- Monday-Friday 7.30am-8.00pm
- Saturday 9.00am-7.00pm
- Sunday 9.00am-6.00pm
Wander to the nearby Café STOR for a great selection of sandwiches, pastries and coffee. Try the banana bread, a personal favorite of ours, and admire the view out the window on the Fryderyk Chopin Museum!
- Monday-Friday 7.30am-9.30pm
- Saturday-Sunday 8.30am-9.30pm
If you’re after a unique look for yourself, check out TFH Butik. An original collection of clothing and accessories -- including ‘‘Local Heroes’’ Areta’s brand :-) - in intimate, boutique-style surrounds. A real shopping experience!
- Monday-Friday 10.00am-8.00pm
- Saturday 11.00am-8.00pm
- Sunday 12.00pm-6.00pm
A great place for a drink after exploring the city! Nothing is random here. Try a refreshing cocktail made from seasonal fruits or if you take our advice, the IPA/gin/rosemary combo is unbeatable! Served by nice, friendly and professional staff. What more do you want??
- Monday-Friday 5.00pm-12.00am
- Saturday-Sunday 5.00pm-3.00am
Lokal Vegan Bistro probably doesn’t need too much explaining! As the name suggests, the dishes are all vegan and made from 100% fresh and locally sourced products. But even if you’re not vegan, you’ll be surprised how much flavor they fit into their highly varied menu! The joint creation of a group of young people all equally passionate about food.
- Tuesday-Sunday 12.00pm-9.00pm
Milosc means “love” in Polish and believe us, it is not difficult to fall in love with this place! A famous address in Warsaw for live music with anything from jazz to classical and avant-garde, interspersed with some excellent DJ sets! The restaurant also has a rooftop patio with a great view of the city.
- Monday-Sunday 9.00am-6.00am
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Photography by Aleksandra Janas